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the sea walls. here's t.j. winick live. >> reporter: good afternoon whether here on the southern tip of new jersey or 150 miles north up in new york city, we are expect to see water rise from 6 to 11 feet. it could have a devastating impact on the east coast. forcasters predict this could be the worst storm in two generations. hurricane sandy is strengthening and heading north. with 50 million in its path. the eye is expect to make landfall late monday night in atlantic city, new jersey but will.i.am pack communites hundreds of miles away. >>> -- >> -- >> this is going to be a big storm, a difficult storm the great thing about america is we all pull together. >> reporter: the real fear is sandy's storm surge, fueled by high winds and a full moon. >> we are talking the ocean coming in causing massive flooding. >> reporter: already a spectacle early monday in cape may, the angry atlantic is the real fear for locals like tom. >> i think it is mostly water. >> reporter: seen in satellite imagery the ominous system has grown to almost 1,000 miles wide. the federal govenment in d.c. has be
france titles. today he was stripped of all his titles. t.j. winick has more. >> reporter: cycling's governing body made it official lance armstrong will be stripped of his seven titles and banned from the sport for life. >> lance armstrong has no place in cycling so he deserves to be forgot >> reporter: this past weekend armstrong made two appearances at his foundation's 15th anniversary celebration. >> people ask me a lot, how are you doing? i tell them, i've been better. but i've always been worse. >> reporter: today's decision after the u.s. anti-doping agent accused him of leading the most sophisticated professionalized and successful doping program that the sport has seen. they are officially removing his name from the books,er racing his victories from 1999 to 2005. armstrong has consistently called it a witch-hunt. over the past week his endorse deals have dropped the disgraced cyclist and he's stepping down as chairman of his own foundation. >> he's our founder and he's been the inspiration for this movement. his cancer journey lead to this place. to have him here is pheno
titles. today he was stripped of all his titles. t.j. winick has more. >> reporter: cycling's governing body made it official lance armstrong will be stripped of his seven titles and banned from the sport for life. >> lance armstrong has no place in cycling so he deserves to be forgot >> reporter: this past weekend armstrong made two appearances at his foundation's 15th anniversary celebration. >> people ask me a lot, how are you doing? i tell them, i've been better. but i've always been worse. >> reporter: today's decision after the u.s. anti-doping agent accused him of leading the most sophisticated professionalized and successful doping program that the sport has seen. they are officially removing his name from the books,er racing his victories from 1999 to 2005. armstrong has consistently called it a witch-hunt. over the past week his endorse deals have dropped the disgraced cyclist and he's stepping down as chairman of his own foundation. >> he's our founder and he's been the inspiration for this movement. his cancer journey lead to this place. to have him here is phenomenal. >> re
of innocence and charges of conspiracy. >> abc's t.j. winick is in bellefonte, pennsylvania. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. jerry sandusky faces a sentence of 10 to more than 218 years. last night, we got a sneak preview of the statement he will read here at the court today. jerry sandusky now regrets not taking the stand in his own defense, after being convicted of 48 counts of sex abuse against young boys. for the last ten months, he's been writing a statement he plans to read today. last night, he issued an audio statement, which ran on penn state's studio-run radio. >> they can take away by life. they can make me out as a monster. in my heart, i know i did not do these alleged disgusting acts. >> reporter: judge john cleland has a during which laws changed and mandatory minimums were increased. his attorney, joe amendola, says sandusky is going to fight for a new trial. >> his morale has been amazingly upbeat. he's been working on his appeal. he's very -- i think he's very confident that he's going to get another shot at this. >> reporter: in addition to sandus
in. here's abc's t.j. winick. >> reporter: they aren't zoo keepers. they're pet owners. >> she never attacked me. >> because i'm her friend. i think it's -- >> reporter: blinded by love and devotion to their furry friends. >> ah! >> reporter: meet alison eastwood and donald schultz. two animal interventionists who try to tame out of control exotic animal lovers. >> instead of going in and pointing fingers, saying, what you're doing is wrong, we hold up a mir ron and let them see what their doing and that is often all it takes to push them over the edge. >> reporter: exotic and sometimes dangerous animals like these could be living next door to you. tigers, monkeys and reptiles have increasingly found a home in suburban america. last year, the danger was real for the city of zanesville, ohio, when the owner of this exotic animal farm killed himself, but not before opening the cages. >> scary. they're going to be running wild. >> reporter: the result? a bloody safari on these midwestern city streets. incredibly, no one was injured. angela harter and her husband david have their own exo
and flecks of actual gold and complete with bragging rights. but why? abc's t.j. winick brings us a taste of the high life for tonight's "sign of the times." >> reporter: you won't find quayle egg, truffles and caviar on just any mound of meat. >> the meats range $40 to $80 a pound. >> reporter: say hi to the hamburger as rich in cost as it is in taste. what is the most expensive ingredient? >> they're all top of the line, black truffles, caviar, sea salt that is smoked with al dechder . >> serendipity 3, known for the $1,000 ice cream sundae cooked up a $295 hamburger. even guinness certified it the most expensive in the world. >> this is our kind of secret the we are going to split this open and we are going to infuse it. this is -- white truffle butter infused with ten different herbs. heaven to bite into that herb butter. >> reporter: don't forget the bun. in this case flecked with pure 24-karat gold flakes from switzerland. does the bun have its own security detail? >> it should. it should. at the price of gold now it should. yes. >> reporter: this burger even comes with its own jewe
on to the person behind you. that happened on three flights in less than one week. t.j. winick has the story. >> reporter: american airlines insists multiple incidents of seats coming loose has nothing to do with disgruntled workers. there's been well publicized tension at the airline as it tries turn around under bankruptcy protection. >> this is a mechanical issue not related to anything else. >> reporter: today the "new york post" reports another plane, this time an american flight from colorado to dallas last wednesday had seats come loose, third report in less than a week. >> we need to return. >> reporter: all required emergency landings. this woman who didn't want her face shown was onboard one of the flights. >> the seat flipped backwards. people were essentially on the laps of the passengers behind them with their legs in the air. >> reporter: this morning an american flight to london was forced to make an emergency landing in ireland after smoke was detected in the cabin. while american may since none of these scares are retribution to a labor distribute, not everyone is convinced
in less than one week. t.j. winick has the story. >> reporter: american airlines insists multiple incidents of seats coming loose has nothing too with dgruntled workers. there's been well publicized tension at the airline as it tries turn around under bankruptcy protection. >> this is a mechanical issue not related to anything else. >> reporter: today the "new york post" reports another plane, this time an american flight from colorado to dallas last wednesday had seats come loose, third report in less than aeek. >> we nd to return. >> repter: allrequed emergency landings. this woman who didn't want her face shown was onboard one of the flights. >> the seat flipped backwards. people were essentially on the laps of the passengers behind them with their legs in the air. >> reporter: this morning an american flight to london was forced to make an emergency landing in ireland after smoke was detected in the cabin. while american may since none of these scares are retribution to a labor distribute, not everyone is convinced >> it could be sabotage or it could be sloppiness. either way,
to 105, death toll from 7 to 8. the drugs were sent to four clinics here in california. t.j. winick reports the drugs are being recalled. >> reporter: the pharmacy the at the center of the meningitis out brach has announced voluntary recall of every product -- it makes saying this action is being taken out of abundance of caution. one of those sickened was janet russell of nashville. >> everybody is going through the same thing it is hard. to see your mother itch >> reporter: it began with a contaminated shipment of steroids from the new england compound center the steroids injected into the spine to reduce back pain were contaminated with a fungus that goes from the spinal fluid to the brain causing a rare form of meningitis. >> this has more than doubled since friday these were injections people got for back pain. now they have to worry about meningitis. >> reporter: the company is one of thousands of compound pharmacies that mix their own medicines. the idea, to let some taylor make drugs for people who need special blends. it is not the first problem. nine patients died last yea
. the drugs were sent to four clinics here in california. t.j. winick repts the drugs are being recalled. >> reporr: the phaacy the at t centeof the meniitisut bachhas annound vluntary callf evy pruct- it makes saying this action is being taken out of abundance of caution. one of those sickened was janet russell of nashville. >> everybody is going through the same thing it is hard. to see your mother itch >> reporter: it began with a contaminated shipment of steroids from the new england coound centetheteroids injeed int thepineo duce bk pa were coaminat wita funs th goes frothepinal uid to t ain causi a rareorm of meningit. thi has more than doubled since friday these were injections people got for back pain. now they have to worry about meningitis. >> reporter: the company is one of thousands of compound pharmacies that mix their own medicines. the idea, to let some taylor make drugs for people who need special blends. it is not the first problem. ninepatients died last year in alama, afterreceiving feeding solutiomade by a come found phaacy contaminated with bacteria. former fda offic
night. t.j. winick is covering the sentencing. >> reporter: he regrets not taking the stand after being convicted of 45 of 48 counts of child sex abuse against 10 boys. for the last three months he's been spending time in jail writing a statement he plans to read today. last night he issued an audio statement which ran on penn state's student-run radio. >> they can take away my life. they can make me out as a monster, they can treat me as a monster but they can't take away my heart. in my heart i know i did not do these alleged disgusting acts. >> reporter: at 68-years-old a life sentence is almost inevitable. the judge has a wide range of possibilities. the crimes the former football coach was convicted of occurred over 15 years during which laws changed and mandatory minimums were increased. his attorney says sandusky is going to fight for a new trial. >> he's been upbeat, working with his appeal, confident that he's going to get another shot at this. >> reporter: in addition to sandusky speaking the hearing will include arguments by attorneys, possible messages of support from friend
of his life in prison. jerry sandusky was sentenced this morning after his victims spoke. t.j. winick was at the courthouse itch >> reporter: jerry sandusky wearing a red prison jumpsuit was led into the courthouse looking thinner, after three months behind bars many found guilty on 45 of 48 counts of molesting 10 boys, today he was ed to between 30 and 60 years in state prison. before his statement today in open court, in which sandusky maintained his innocence and finally broke down, he released this audio statement last night. >> >> reporter: the recording aired on a penn state student-run radio station. >> his statement today was a master piece of denial, self-delusion, untethered from reality without acceptance or responsibility, entirely self-focused as if he again were the victim. >> reporter: today in court some of sandusky's victims read impact statements one crying as he folk. the judge's sentence could have been as little as 10 years, as long as hundreds. in the end he said, 30 to 60, will put you in prison for the rest of your life. it will not be an easy life. >> no one i
france wins. t.j. winick has the latest. >> reporter: cycle's governing body make it official. lance armstrong will be stripped of his seven tour de france titles and banned from life. this past weekend he made two appearances at his organization live strong's 15th celebration. >> people ask mow how are tell d i've been worse. >> reporter: today's decision comes after the anti-doping agency accused him of leading the most successful doping program the organization has seen. the tour expects to remove his name from the record books, erasing his victories from 1999 to 2005. he has called them a witch-hunt. many sponsors have dropped him and he is stepping down as chairman of the organization. >> he's our founder and has been the inspiration. his cancer journey led to this place. >> reporter: 15 riders, including former rider floyd landis said they rue tonally used blood transfusions. >> it's been a birth sweet time, i think that live strong will live strong. >> reporter: the world's most famous cycle could lose a title. t.j. winick, abc news, new york. >> this is our hot topic. what do
ago. we're just 20 days from the election. and abc's t.j. winick is in hempstead, new york, with more on the long island fight night. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: paula, good morning to you. that's right. many on both sides are calling this a great debate. it was high-stakes. and that was clear from the outset. just 45 seconds into his first answer, the president went after his opponent. >> governor romney said he should get detroit go bankrupt. >> reporter: but mitt romney pushed right back. >> the president took detroit bankrupt. you took general motors bankrupt. you took chrysler bankrupt. when you say i wanted to take the auto industry bankrupt, you actually did. >> reporter: that's the way it was much of the night. >> have you looked at your pension? >> i have to say -- >> did you look at your pension? >> reporter: the republican challenger told president obama that the middle-class has been crushed over the last four years. >> 23 million people struggling to find a job. the president's policies have been exercised over the last four years. and they haven't put americans back
in its seats which could have problems. t.j. winick, abc news, new york. >> that's kind of scary. it's a hot topic. so would you still consider booking a seat with american airlines. >> i remember sitting in a plan and the guy comes by. >>> honda recalling one of its most larp brands -- popular brands. >> and a great deal but something you will need to look for before and after your next shopping trip. >> i'm chief meteorologist wyatt everhart. you seat rain coming down in waves. what does hour wednesday hold in -- our wentz hold -- wednesday hold in store? >>> if you drive a honda accord, honda is recall half a million accords because of a potential fire risk. it involves the accord v6 from 2003 to twef-- 2007. so far there have been no crashes or injuries. honda legallers will fix the problem for free but replacement parts won't be available until early next year. >>> some good news for the upcoming holiday shopping see son. toys 'r us will match its prices against competitive stores. the items will be sold at babies r us and they will match this. customers can get a price adjustme
unveiled their newest tablet today. t.j. winick has all the details. >> reporter: apple is taking on the mighty kindle, android devices and other e readers. >> what else can we do to find more uses for ipads. >> reporter: the new ipad min weighs as much as a pad of paper. it ships to stores november 2nd. >> this is ipad mini. >> reporter: the tablet wars are heating up. in june microsoft introduced the soon to be released tablet, considered to be the first real challenger. >> it's well designed. it's got cool, colorful accessories. >> reporter: ipad insisted the ipad mini -- >> there is a gigantic difference in these products. >> reporter: six months after intre dousing the ipad 3, apple introduced the ipad four. the latest criticism has become inside apple. steve jobs called seven inch tablets dead on aroifl and he changed his view in the final months before his death. >> by making a product that is selling well. >> reporter: apple announced last week it sold it's 100 millionth ipad. >> a sweet treat is being recalled. >> it has accurately predicted the election. >>> if you have
-wife and the public. >> t.j. winick joins us with the stunning bombshells dropped. >> reporter: this book is certainly a tell-all. his successes, failures, schwarzenegger says he wouldn't have had it any other way. as his new book hits stores, arnold schwarzenegger is for the first time talking the scandal that tore apart his family. >> it is just one of the disastrous situations that i've created and the worst thing that i've ever done. >> worst thing you have done? worst secret? >> just the worst thing because it hurt so many people. >> reporter: the one-time world , governor and action movie star told "good morning america" about the fair he had with his house keeper in which he fathered a son joseph now 14 born days after his wife gave birth to their youngest son. first he lied to his wife. then came clean when confronted by her in couples therapy. joseph's mother mildred continued to work in the stphez schwarzenegger house. >> it is worse when you start getting rid of people because it is like punishing somebody for having been in situation so that's the best way i could handle it. >> reporter: h
book things he hid from his ex-wife and the public. >> t.j. winick joins us with the stunning bombshells dropped. >> reporter: this book is certainly a tell-all. his successes, failures, schwarzenegger says he wouldn't have had it any other way. as his new book hits stores, arnold schwarzenegger is for the first time talking the scandal that tore apart his family. >> it is just one of the disastrous situations that i've created and the worst thing that i've ever done. >> worst thing you have done? worst secret? >> just the worst thing because it hurt so many people. >> reporter: the one-time world , governor and action movie star told "good morning america" about the fair he had with his house keeper in which he fathered a son joseph now 14 born days after his wife gave birth to their youngest son. first he lied to his wife. then came clean when confronted by her in couples therapy. joseph's mother mildred continued to work in the stphez schwarzenegger house. >> it is worse when you start getting rid of people because it is like punishing somebody for having been in situation
and governor romney. t.j. winick, abc news, new york. >> we'll carry the debate live tomorrow night starting at 6:00. >>> i'm peeking over your shoulder lisa, i see at&t park and the fog is gone. >> should be nice this evening but the winds are going to pick up and the fog is coming back. as we head out now, looks nice another beautiful day to enjoy before high fire danger comes back. this is vollmer peak you can see high clouds, east bay sunny for much of the morning temperatures approaching 70° if some spots. closer to home, the -- ballpark lots of sun, numbers climbing through the 60s throughout the afternoon winds shows we still have fog left, especially over the bay around mountain view,an jose, a couple patches at our coast. this should ail clear and that will leave sunny conditions. 72 fairfield now, -- three to six degrees warmer than yesterday at this time. sunny skies in san rafael all morning long there, 63 mountain view, 58 san jose, sunshine has returned to santa cruz, upper 60s in salinas. highlights and forecast, sunny, few high clouds fog will return overnight i don't think
debate where voters can ask questions of him and governor romney. t.j. winick, abc news, new york. >> we'll carry the debate live tomorrow night starting at 6:00. >>> i'm peeking over your shoulder lisa, i see at&t park and the fog is gone. >> should be nice this evening but the winds are going to pick up and the fog is coming back. as we head out now, looks nice another beautiful day to enjoy before high fire danger comes back. this is vollmer peak you can see high clouds, east bay sunny for much of the morning temperatures approaching 70° if some spots. closer to home, the -- ballpark lots of sun, numbers climbing through the 60s throughout the afternoon winds picking up, live doppler 7 hd shows we still have fog left, especially over the bay around mountain view, san jose, a couple patches at our coast. this should ail clear and that will leave sunny conditions. 72 fairfield now, -- three to six degrees warmer than yesterday at this time. sunny skies in san rafael all morning long there, 63 mountain view, 58 san jose, sunshine has returned to santa cruz, upper 60s in salinas. highlig
the appeals process. jerry sandusky is said to already be working on his new case. t.j. winick, abc news, pennsylvania. >>> let's look outside. >> a lot of cloud cover, at least along the coast inland not as much where we have the best chance of showers as we look east good news sfo on time so is oakland and san jose. we'll talk about game three at the coliseum looks like it will be a little chilly, hopefull the batwill be ho >>you kn thehow mt go on. what hapnsexthen a >>> breaking news right now in new mexico. extreme athlete felix bumgarner cancelled his planned freefall because of high winds. here he is suited up getting out of the capsule attached to e heliu balln a ed into e skin t pesf seing a snning new recd. -- the 43-year-old planned to jump into the new mexico desert from 23 miles up his dream to break the sound barrier and hit speeds of 700 miles per hour will have to wait until the weather gets better. >>> this year's nobel prize in physics goes to a uc berkeley graduate and a french scientist. david wineland will share the prize with serge haroche of france. the committee i
three weeks before election day. and abc's t.j. winick is here with a preview. >> reporter: tonight's debate will be a town hall, which means audience members will be asking the questions, preselected by the moderator. the format presents inherent challenges for both president obama and mitt romney. >> both candidates have to tread lightly because if they are going on the offense too aggressively with each other, that can spill over to the audience and make them look too combative. >> reporter: the president was widely chris sized after his first debate. his campaign says he has made adjustments. >> i think he's going to be aggressive in making his case for where we should go as a country. >> reporter: mitt romney's debate prep partner, senator rob portman, is optimistic. >> how did it go, senator? >> great. >> it's a different experience when you have citizens asking you questions rather than professional journalists. >> reporter: there was the 2008 debate, where senator john mccain wandered aimlessly around the stage. or in 2000, when al gore walked up to george bush, or in when t
will be asked by audience members selected by moderator candy crowley of cnn. we'll have a live report where t.j. winick tells us what is at stake. the debate is tonight we told you 6:00, we will carry it live right here. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton taking responsibility for the security of the consulate in libya that came under deadly attack. four americans died this the september 11th, attack. republicans are blasting the administration. clinton says the security decisions were hers to make not the white house. >> i take responsibility. i'm in charge of the state department, 60,000 plus people all over the world, 275 posts. the president and the vice president certainly wouldn't be knowledgeable about specific decisions that are made by security professionals. >> the group responsible for the attack may be connected to al-qaeda. "good morning america" will have more coming up at 7:00 right after our newscast. >>> large crowds expected at memorial service for explain u.s. ambassador chris stevens at san francisco city hall today. mayor lee will greet friends, family and members of th
are in new york tonight for the only town hall-style meet-up leading up to the election. t.j. winick joins us live with the latest. >> reporter: president obama certainly has work to do even he admits that first debate did not go well for him. mitt romney needs to keep the pressure on. he also needs to interact well with audience members. president obama has been prepping for tonight's debate this virginia golf resort. he left his clubs at the white house trying to send a message he's all business. >> how are you feelinging about tonight? president fabulous. >> reporter: in massachusetts mitt romney's prep partner likes his candidates chances. >> great. >> reporter: tonight brings one age only town hall-style debate both taking questions from the audience, all undecided voters. the format has inspired memorial -- memorable campaign moments. >> i'm exhausted of defending you. >> reporter: romney has to knock the idea he can't relate to average americans. to make up lost ground president obama will have to go on the attack being careful not to offend the audience member asking the question. >>
saw in the first. t.j. winick joins us live from new york where the debate was held. >> reporter: whether president obama won or not last night most believe he did what he had to do to make this a real fight the last few weeks before election day. president obama made his first post debate campaign stop in iowa where he jocked with the crowd despite favorable -- where he joked with the crowd. >> >> the president: i'm still trying to figure out how go the hang of this thing, debating. we're working on it. we'll keep on improving as time goes on, i've got one left. >> reporter: mitt romney stumped in virginia. >> i love these debates. these things are great. [ cheering ] >> i think it is interesting that the president still doesn't have an agenda for a second term. >> reporter: the president and his republican challenger came out swinging, circling each other much of the night like two prized fighters. >> you will get your chance in a moment i'm still speaking. >> reporter: mitt romney was more at home when hammering away at the president's economic policies. >> president's policie
in the first. t.j. winick joins us live from new york where the debate was held. >> reporter: whether president obama won or not last night most believe he did what he had to do to make this a real fight the last few weeks before election day. president obama made his first post debate campaign stop in iowa where he jocked with the crowd despite favorable -- where he joked with the crowd. >> >> the president: i'm still trying to figure out how go the hang of this thing, debating. we're working on it. we'll keep on improving as time goes on, i've got one left. >> reporter: mitt romney stumped in virginia. >> i love these debates. these things are great. [ cheering ] >> i think it is interesting that the president still doesn't have an agenda for a second term. >> reporter: the president and his republican challenger came out swinging, circling each other much of the night like two prized fighters. >> you will get your chance in a moment i'm still speaking. >> reporter: mitt romney was more at home when hammering away at the president's economic policies. >> president's policies exercised over la
. t.j. winick, new york. >>> all right, you may not like this story if you're a facebook user. what is being done with your personal information. >> how you can help local students battling dyslexia. >>> now that the iphone 5 buzz has quieted down, a major apple investor tells fortune magazine that he heard that a smaller version of the ipad will be released. it takes place october 10th. if that's the case the smaller ipad could hit the store for the holiday season. >>> is facebook selling your privacy information? they're facing backlash that they're allowing advertisers to target users based on detailed information. it's based on the email addresses and phone numbers use arers post even showing ads on what users search on other websites. facebook is accused of setting what users buy in the traditional stores off line. >> it was a tough night for a former boy bander. that's coming up next. >>> dr. john olson is standing by to take your call. 410-481-2222. if you have surgery to remove breast cancer how does that affect you? >> the principal is to make sure the tumor is removed with
's disappearance. >>> now jerry sandusky will spend the rest of his life behind bars. t.j. winick reports. sandusky is planning an appeal. >> reporter: these pictures of jerry sandusky at the county courthouse could be the last time we seat former penn state football coach handed doe file outside prison walls. today the 68-year-old received sentence of 30 to 60 years. the order was handed down have the three of his victims spoke, including victim number one. >> when the sentence was handed down it was very emotional. >> reporter: when it was his turn, sandusky said he spent his time medicate -- meditating and writing. >> they can take away my life, they can make me out as a monster, they can treat me as a monster, but they can't take away my heart. in my heart, i know i did not do these alleged disgusting acts. >> reporter: the lead prosecutor said sandusky's statement was in keeping with his behavior. >> he displays deaf viians, narcissism. >> reporter: he claims he didn't have time to prepare a proper defense. >> i think there were so many different parties involved in this who wanted this to go
. >> the man who did it was trying to save himself. here's t.j. winick with our exclusive report. >> reporter: he was riding his jet ski last august when this broke down in jamaica bay. >> i looked around, no lights, nothing, no noise, just pitch black. >> reporter: through the darkness, all he could see was the control tower. after a three mile hike he reached a chain link barb wired fence. he walked across taxi ways and runways. no one saw him and none of the cameras picked him up. >> figured i would be on camera, that somebody would pick me up, maybe a helicopter would come, police car, something. nothing happened, to the point i had to walk up to a cargo worker. >> reporter: he was arrested, finally pleading guilty for a misdemeanor. >> 31-year-old jet skier can penetrate that system, then we have deficiencies, and they have to be addressed. >> this is a big deal. i didn't mean to do this, but i exposed something really important, and that's a flaw in security. >> danny is now suing the port authority saying he was questioned for hours about the offer for warm clothes, food and medical tr
, it's friday night lights. we watch our best high school football teams participate. as t.j. winick tells us, one doctor says the game is too dangerous to play and it should be banned. >> reporter: it's an american institution. when he advanced a radical idea. >> we have a moral imperative to at least begin the process of ending the game. >> it sparked an instant and national war. paul butler is a retired doctor and college football player himself and said the green wave as to go. >> to be clear, this is a dangerous game for children to be playing. >> reporter: butler said the current lawsuit by players against the league said they hadn't adequately warned them. espn science sid -- said big blows like this one could be like taking a slj hammer to the head. >> it's not a smart game. >> reporter: butler definitely has his critics. >> want to try to take the risk out of everything in life. >> reporter: from renowned talk show host to members of the dover community. >> are they gongs to wrap us all in bubble wrap? >> you can ride a bicycle and get hurt the same way. >> reporter: studies
university in new york. t.j. winick will have a live report. >>> this morning major blow to oracle's sailing team, 72 foot catamaran capsized on san francisco bay yesterday. sky 7 hd captured these images of the boat after it flipped near the golden gate bridge that is valued at 8 to 10 million dollars, thankfully, nobody was hurt. pieces of the boat were towed back to the pier overnight where the team is expected to figure out how it is going to be repair. katie marzullo is at the pier now she will have an update in our next half hour. >>> 5:03. celeste say last week's huge fire in san francisco's west -- west portal neighborhood -- investigators believe the fire started in a build tag that contained a wine shop and orthodontics office. the flames spread to the squat and gobble cafe and two other buildings. the cause of that fire remains under investigation i am officials say it does not appear to be us is --. officials say it does not appear to be suspicious. >>> mother accused of abandoning her daughter says it was a misunderstanding. in an interview 38-year-old woman denies ditching her
. they are high-priced, big money burgers, you may even call them the burgers for the 1%. abc's t.j. winick was sure to take a bite. >> reporter: new york city landmark serendipity 3 known for its decadent deserts like the $1,000 ice cream sundae. cooked up a $295 hamburger even guinness certified it the most expensive in the world. this is white truffle butter infused with ten different herbs. >> reporter: don't forget the bun. in this case, flecked with pure 24 karat gold flakes from switzerland. if you think a $300 burger is over the top, you are not alone. >> $6.66 burger is seasoned. >> reporter: these two men, founders of 666 burger truck aren't big fans of the gourmet burger movement. okay. they hate it. >> well, what could be the best way to really show my disgust short of, you know, burning the places down? >> reporter: his answer, a burger that is both wasteful and useless. his word, not mine. the price tag, $666. the cheese, mockingly melted in champagne steam. the whole thing is wrapped in gold leaf and topped with lobster, truffles, and caviar. >> expensive is easy to do. you j
a upon before the debate begins. t.j. winick, thank you. the debate tonight at 6:00, we will be kaerpg it live. >>> 5:08. time for the forecast. you mentioned fog mostly to the south. what about the rest of the bay area? >> right, let's check in with lisa argen in for mike this morning. >>> things are getting better, the fog is limited to a few patches, visibility is fine, you can see from live doppler 7 hd to the north there is rain and a few patches of fog from the east and south really not too dense and in fact, we are looking at numbers coming up with this morning mild readings in the 60s. 63 concord good morning san jose 56 for you, 66 in san rafael, 61 downtown across the bay oakland 63° all over we are looking at a warmer start to the day 10° warmer in santa rosa, 6° warmer at our coast, 8° warmer in livermore valley. that is going to translate into a quicker warm-up today, a few 50s, mainly 60s this afternoon upper 60s coast side to the mid 80s inland we'll keep warmer numbers through the 6, 7:00 hour then drop through the 60s. it going to be a nice day today the heat is on
presidential debate at times the discussion turned contentious. t.j. winick joins us live from new york with a look at some of the night's heated moments. >> reporter: good morning. many on both sides call this a great debate. the stakes could not have been higher that w obvious from e get-go. 45 seco into his first answer the president went after his opponent. >> the president: governor romney said let detroit go bankrupt. >> reporter: romney push pushed back. >> you took general motors, chrysler bankrupt when you say i wanted to take the auto industry bankrupt you did. >> reporter: that's wait was much of the night. >> have you looked at your pension? mr. president have you looked at your pension >> the president: i don't look at my pen sure it is not as big as yours. >> reporter: the republican challenger told president obama that the middle class has been crushed over past four years. >> what you are seeing in country is 23 million struggling to find a job the president's policies have been exercised over the last four years and haven't put americans back to work. >> reporter: it to
performance earlier this week. a critical time with just over a month until election day. abc's t.j. winick covering the campaign for us. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: good morning, rob and reena. mitt romney rose to the occasion by all accounts on wednesday night and looks to continue the momentum. seen my many political analysts and average voters as the winner, political challenger, mitt romney echoed his performance. >> he will raise taxes on small business which will kill jobs. i instead want to keep taxes down on small business so we can create jobs. >> reporter: it will be a few days before we will know if romney's strong debate performance will translate into higher poll numbers. romney stumped in virginia for an early evening rally. >> when paul ryan and i get to washington we'll begin a real recovery that will put america back to work again. >> reporter: reaction from president's supporters was immediate. >> i felt like he should have been more aggressive. >> reporter: mr. obama targeted what he said was the real difference between the quote, real mitt romney's budget plan and w
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